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t liltlNllllllllllllllllilllllHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIItT WIN I AGAIN. new In 35, points by only of IS -- hits the the wi.rld'F a was 300 Kort n as large g t u n n . runa re- , Herman Bell and five h ont'e. Tin tlu- rardlnal Flowrrs, t\\r. total of r tamrs. Red only brll- two stsrtliiK little MH-II trood ron- COACH Cl'RTIS PV I.I.I AM. Frequently has the name of Coach Curtis Pulliam of Villa Grove been mentioned In prep athletics of Illinois, and year after year be has done work In basketball that has called for due acclaim. This season his boys lost in the 'Douglas county tournament by only a xhort margin and they lost the Okaw Valley champlonbhtp by the *aine narrow bit. However, they sailed through the Charleston district tournament, took the championship and now they meet Taylorvllle In Pana sectional. To freshen In the mind alj* a of the past records of Villa tJrove, Twisters will quote from a. letter which he has just received from a member of the 1923, state championship championship team ot Villa Grove. 'Coach Pulliam has been at Villa Grove four years and In these four years he has won tho district tournament three years, one sectional tournament, tournament, one state tournament and county tournament two years. Villa Grove had only two veterans at start of this year, but nevertheless made a fine record." to bix bit.s F. In 1?23 Villa. Groie downed vllle In its first game of tho sectional tournament. This IB the year since IMS that either Villa or Taylorvllle has won a district tournament and now they are paired again, with the prospect of an battle. W i t h the Bethany bund and Pana high orchestra, both in the fans at the sectional tournament at Pana Thursday night will not lack for good music and plenty of pep. The eight tehools of the Southwest- em Illinois i-oiifrreui-'e w i l ! O" 15 l.ppln a regular schedule of lia=- ketlull and tennis matches w h i ;! w i l l continue until May 20. A. E I) l«n-- 1 1 Bot- Crov., 2; Gray, 1, Dyer, 1, 3 runs 2 hit., no run* In 1. ott 3 hits. Moore, forward: M. Rain, guard, ,Ic''oy, center, wore players ot the lutKonville team who wcic plait'd n the all-star team at Robinson. Hutsnnville nit-ets. Bethany in the ectional game at Pana. Mt. rulaskl vas hiRh scoriiifr t Llncoin making 133 points to Plionents' 101 in the four games. oln's margin Mas greater with oints to their ojiponenth' 86. was third, si onus 123 points to pponents 1 PO. Du k Downing, ». Pulaski va.s tlie leading tcorcr of the l.lm ournunient with 47 points. The ten igh jbLorers follon : pl u C r Ca.Fg.FtTp. 4 20 7 4T l.ttlhaiu . . . . 4 17 7 41 Thomas, i,mnln 4 IT 5 3!l man. Linmln 4 WiUon, Latliaiu 4 "XVilson, Lincoln 4 'rum, Reason n. linntilnK. Jit 1'ulabkl Hthn, Mt. I'nluBki . t. Llowning. Wt. J'uiaaki 2N 8 2K 7 27 Theron Banfl, center, played a part in Cowden's victory In the chool tournament at Cowden last Saturday. He was hiKh ctorer in t ouruament. makin 1" of hi« team's S points In the final game against larrkk. The two other teams in ournament were Beecher City and .kewooil.

Clipped from The Decatur Daily Review16 Mar 1927, WedPage 14

The Decatur Daily Review (Decatur, Illinois)16 Mar 1927, WedPage 14
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